Opinion- China’s Silk Road traffic requires East European Town to cope

Business Standard. 27 June. 12 minute read.
The China-Europe rail network has picked up in freight volumes and frequency but has left the authorities at partner-nations scrambling to keep up with the demand. The heavily-subsidised rail network continues to be unprofitable even as Chinese authorities have ramped up services after it was subsumed under the four-year-old Belt and Road initiative.
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